Andrew Tate Responds To Piers Morgan’s Death Hoax Tweet

Morgan's Twitter account was hacked, and the hacker had a field day with it.

Andrew Tate was reported dead yesterday when Piers Morgan’s Twitter account was hacked and false news of his death was spread.

Pier Morgan’s Twitter account was hacked in the early morning, resulting in a series of abusive tweets and threats to expose private conversations to and from Morgan involving high-profile celebrities.

However, the most popular tweet was one announcing Tate’s death in Dubai.


  • Pier Morgan’s Twitter account gets hacked.
  • Andrew Tate was reported to found shot dead in Dubai.
  • Andrew Tate responded to the hacker’s tweet, “Hard to kill.”

Tate, a former kickboxing world champion, was shot dead in Dubai Monday night following an aggressive tweet binge by hackers who gained access to Morgan’s account.

Tate has appeared on Morgan’s show three times, most recently last week, with a number of iconic moments involving the two going viral. They appear to have built a friendship, which would have made the post more credible to Twitter people who saw it.

Andrew Tate responded to Piers Morgan’s tweet about him being found shot dead in Dubai on Monday.

Although, the hacker had a wild day with his account, insulting a large number of celebrities, including Queen Elizabeth II and pop artist Ed Sheeran.

Morgan’s account appears to be on the verge of getting restored. However, his tweets have been deleted.

The deleted tweet was: “BREAKING NEWS: Andrew Tate has been found shot dead in Dubai.”

Tate responded, “Hard to kill.”

Furthermore, hackers then leaked private conversations exchanged between Morgan and tennis legend Andy Murray. The chat apparently centered on the World Cup in Qatar.

Aside from the Tate tweet, the hacker only made filthy and racial comments that were unworthy of mention.

After all, Tate currently resides in Dubai. He’s alive and well and seems unbothered by the incident. He continues to post throughout the night and makes light of the situation. 

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